Safe Tech activists in towns like Easton, Connecticut have successfully used this sample resolution to get local leaders to place a moratorium on the rollout of 5G. While a resolution is not a legally binding document it is important for your community to adopt one. Why?
1. It encourages neighboring communities, the province, and the federal government to take action and address 5G issues raised by residents.
2. It generates media attention and increases local awareness of 5G risks.
3. It legitimizes the science-based health problems associated with exposure to wireless radiation and the greater 5G rollout.
Written by our friends at 5G Crisis, this Microsoft word version of the document has been edited for Canada and is easy to use. Simply replace the text in red with your place name and send it to your community representatives. For greatest success, make it a part of an educational campaign that includes mass letter writing, phone calls, personal meetings with elected representatives, a community info session, and attendance at Local Town Halls.